Fort Street High School Wellbeing Roadmap
This year, members of the Wellbeing Team, students and teachers across the school have worked hard to deliver a quality wellbeing program to create opportunities for every student to experience a sense of belonging to their school, develop resilience and respectful relationships and be inspired to give back to the community to become global citizens.
We understand that the journey through high school can sometimes be a bumpy road. The aim of this roadmap is to design a structured student wellbeing program that caters to the wellbeing and developmental stages of each student.
In designing the student wellbeing program we have consulted with teachers of PDHPE to ensure our program supports what is delivered in this subject area. We have liaised with a range of outside providers to enhance the delivery of some aspects of our program, including Dr Prue Salter from Enhanced Learning and the Elevate Team for our study skills elements. We have collaborated with the staff at Somerset and NSW Sport and Recreation to design challenging and empowering camp experience for students in Years 9, 7 and 11.
Fortunae and Peer Support for Year 7, the Duke of Edinburgh for Year 9, ‘Lovebites’ for Year 10, Year Meetings, Year 11 Seminar, Year 12 Picnic….. All these learning experiences are a part of our wellbeing roadmap to support each of our students to flourish and succeed.
I would like to acknowledge the great work of our Assistant Year 7 Adviser, Ms. Sarah Wilkins and design students from Years 9 and 10; Liam Young, Clinton Trang, Augustine Evans, Athanasios Bouteas, Jack Lohning.
This team refreshed the design of our Wellbeing Roadmap and as a part of the design process sought feedback from members of the wellbeing team, the Executive and the SRC. I have included our new look Roadmap here:Wellbeing Roadmap
Head Teacher Student Wellbeing